By Aliza Sherman, Danielle Elliot Smith
Entrepreneur bloggers Aliza Sherman (founder of Cybergrrl, Inc.) and Danielle Smith (founder of ExtraordinaryMommy.com) have joined forces to put in writing a publication that is helping girls who're already mothers (or are pondering turning into mothers sooner or later) the best way to take cost of the family/work stability by way of beginning their very own companies. As extra ladies turn into "mompreneurs," there's an elevated want for a e-book that may hide all features of the way mothers can effectively commence and run a company that enables them to become profitable, pursue a career, and feature time to dedicate to the youngsters besides. This functional, hassle-free publication will draw on Aliza and Danielle's personal services and their interviews with mothers who've began their very own winning companies. The publication additionally comprises priceless information regarding the present substitute resources of investment for lady entrepreneurs.
About the Author-
Aliza Sherman is a winning serial entrepreneur with over twenty years adventure beginning and operating businesses on the web. Aliza is the writer of 8 books; her most modern is the whole Idiot's advisor to Crowdsourcing, (Spring 2011). Aliza has been featured various instances in united states at the present time, US information & global file, CNN, CNBC, and been profiled in humans, Time, between others. She lives in Alaska together with her 4-year-old daughter.
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MOM, Incorporated: A Guide to Business + Baby by Aliza Sherman, Danielle Elliot Smith